Carter, a two-star cornerback with sub 4.4 speed, has Arkansas and Louisville on top of his list. The Cardinals recently offered a scholarship to the speedy defensive back.
"Louisville and Arkansas are on top right now," Carter said Monday night.
Louisville assistant coach Joe Whitt will make an in-home visit with Carter Tuesday night. That meeting will likely be an important one for the Cardinals chances of landing the talented corner as Carter claims the Razorbacks as a slight favorite for his services.
"Arkansas has a little edge since they have been recruiting me the longest," Carter said. "But I can't tell you where I'm going. It all depends on my visits and meetings with the coaches. I'm looking for a school where I feel comfortable and that I trust the coaches. I'm also looking at their depth in the secondary."
That could benefit Louisville, who lose starting corner William Gay and part-time starter Gavin Smart to graduation at the end of the season. "I like Louisville's defense and how they play and hit in the secondary.
Arkansas State made an in-home visit with Carter Monday night. Carter doesn't have official visits set for either of his favorites, though he said it's a possibility he'll make an official visit to Louisville the same weekend Davis makes an unofficial visit, if that happens. Davis told InsideTheVille.com recently that he wants to make an unofficial visit to Louisville before making his decision. Davis made his official visit to Louisville in September.